14. Nissan GT-R
When the Nissan GT-R appeared on American soil as an all-new design, there was much fanfare. This was the car that enthusiasts have spent thousands of imports over the years, and it could then be purchased legally. At first, the GT-R was an impressive supercar when compared to what else was on the market. Plus, it was just plain cool. But that original new car smell has worn off and the GT-R is one of the most aged vehicles on the market. Nissan hasn’t upgraded much on the GT-R, similar to how the company has done the 370Z.
From a design standpoint, the GT-R has become outclassed. Much of the interior is what you’d see in a much older vehicle. There are also more powerful options such as the Demon and the GT500 Shelby. While the GT-R has a distinct niche market the car is still extremely expensive. You are paying supercar prices for what is essentially an outdated design. There have been talks about Nissan updating the GT-R, but this is the same company that has kept the original Frontier on the road since 2005.